Justin Bieber seems to have gained two new fans in the form of high profile entertainers.
Bieber, the 20-year-old Christian Canadian singer, was the recent topic of conversation for some well known women in and around the entertainment industry. Jennifer Lawrence, the 23-year-old Academy Award winning actress, was reportedly excited to meet Bieber at Vanity Fair's 100-guest dinner during the Cannes film festival earlier this month.
At the event, Lawrence reportedly exclaimed, "I want to meet Bieber," Vanity Fair reports. more >>
Whitney Houston's biopic is coming to the small screen next year. Houston, the 48-year-old recording artist and actress, died in 2012. Now Lifetime is ready to release a film based on her life, which will be directed by actress Angela Bassett.
"Whitney Houston chronicles the headline-making relationship between the iconic singer, actress, producer and model, and singer, songwriter Bobby Brown - from the time they first met at the very height of their celebrity, to their courtship and tumultuous marriage," a statement released by Lifetime reads. "Throughout it all, difficulties followed the superstar couple while they dealt with the overwhelming rewards and consequences of the fame and fortune created by Whitney's meteoric rise that would soon overshadow them both."
Bassett, Houston's co-star in the 1995 film "Waiting To Exhale" spoke about her plans to direct the film which is tentatively titled "Whitney Houston." more >>
Chris Brown is still in love with Rihanna, according to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" lawyer and aspiring mortician Phaedra Parks.
Brown, the 25-year-old singer who is currently behind bars, is the subject of rumors concerning an alleged engagement to off-and-on again model Karrueche Tran. Tran,26, recently celebrated her birthday and took to Instagram to share photographs of her celebrating with friends while sporting a ring on her wedding ring finger.
However, Parks believes there is more to the story and said so when she appeared as a guest host on "Dish Nation." more >>
Christian band member Tim Lambesis, singer in As I Lay Dying, has been sentenced to six years in jail for attempting to hire a hitman to murder his wife. Lambesis pleaded guilty to hiring an undercover policeman to kill his wife, Meggan, in February of this year.
Lambesis was reportedly upset over the separation from Meggan and wanted revenge.
"After our separation, I was only allowed to see the kids twice a week," he told Alternative Press West Coast. "And it had to be somewhere Meggan could sit in the distance and literally watch me watch the kids. I know what it's like getting ready for a tour," he said of preparing for his prison term. "The problem is, this isn't a long tour. Career-wise, and as a father, I don't want to depend on getting in a van or on a bus to make a living. I need to have a backup plan. It's hard to prepare without knowing how long I'll be inside." more >>
Singer Toni Braxton has revealed that she had an abortion in 2001 before marrying Keri Lewis. The abortion has haunted Braxton, who writes about the ordeal in her new memoir, and she wonders whether her second son, who was diagnosed with autism, is being punished for the procedure.
"I am more ashamed of myself for doing that," Braxton told "Entertainment Tonight" about the abortion.
Braxton, who grew up in a religious household, questioned whether God was punishing her for having an abortion. "God's payback was to give my son autism," she wrote in her new autobiography, "Unbreak my Heart." more >>
Chris Brown could be spending his time in jail making music with fellow R&B singer James DeBarge.
Brown, the 25-year-old singer-songwriter has been sentenced to serve one year in jail for violating his probation. DeBarge, the 50-year-old R&B singer, is reportedly in the same segregated unit for high profile inmates in the LA county jail cell that Brown is being held in.
Now, TMZ is reporting that the two singers have written three songs together even though they cannot see one another. more >>